Dead to Rites (Book Review)

Titan Books has released Dead Rites by author Ari Marmell.

Book Synopsis:

Mick Oberon may look like just another 1930s private detective, but beneath the fedora and the overcoat, he’s got pointy ears and he’s packing a wand. Mick is suffering from bad luck, and when luck is your chief magical weapon, that means things are pretty dire. Hunting for the origin of his bad mojo, Mick finds himself on the trail of a missing mummy, and being trailed by some of the most dangerous mobsters in Chicago. As well as once again embroiled in the maneuverings of the seductive and lethal Ramona Webb and her mysterious employer. All Mick knows for sure is that, until he can figure out precisely what’s going on, he’s vulnerable. And the threat, whatever it is and from whatever direction it may be coming, is very, very real.

The 272 page book takes readers deep into the supernatural world where gangsters, fairies and magic collide into one of the most interesting reads of the year. The author does a fantastic job of weaving in well-rounded characters with a diverse storyline that seems to engage the reader until the very end. Readers are introduced to a 1930s detective by the name of Mike Oberon who takes them through an incredible adventure of mystery and danger in one of the most thrilling supernatural reads I have ever had the chance to experience.

If you are looking for a fantastic read that takes you through a dark world full of supernatural elements mixed with the action-packed thrill of gangsters and guns, then Dead to Rites might be the book for you. To learn more, visit the official Titan Books website.

Book Information:

  • Author: Ari Marmell
  • Publisher: Titan Books
  • Paperback
  • 272 Pages

Score: 9 out of 10

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